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16 Downtown Racine businesses participate in holiday window decorating contest

RACINE — Downtown Racine has transformed into a magical winter wonderland destination for the holiday season. In conjunction with the season, the Downtown Racine Corporation is hosting a holiday window decorating competition for businesses that have chosen to participate. Now through Dec. 10, travel downtown and gaze at all of the lights, decorations and paint […]

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Racine Roundup on TMJ4: Black Wick, celebrating veterans, Unlocking Racine fundraiser

The Racine Roundup aired on TMJ4 during the 4 O’Clock news on Thursday, Nov. 10. This week, Racine County Eye Web Editor Loren Lamoreaux discussed various stories with TMJ4 anchors, Charles Benson and Susan Kim. The segment started introducing Racine County Eye’s business spotlight, Black Wick. The new business in Downtown Racine is owned by […]

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Business Spotlight: Black Wick

A new business in the heart of Downtown Racine offers an in-store experience unlike any other store in the area. Black Wick is the newest candle and soap creation company in Southeastern Wisconsin. The storefront where Black Wick currently resides. – Sweet aromas fill the air at 320 Main St. Currently, they are open seven […]

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